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Cape Town – Prof Anton Eberhard is “completely wrong” regarding his stance against new nuclear power in South Africa because his demand predictions are off by 23GW, according to energy analyst Andrew Kenny.

Kenny was responding to an opinion piece Eberhard wrote in Business Day on Tuesday, in which he said South Africa does not require nuclear energy and should end its procurement programme due to its potentially high costs.

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